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    hey dude. looks like the mech stuff is starting to come a little more naturally now. Seems like you're having some problems covering the shadow areas; try a brush pen.


    also: are you thinking about going to fanime? I was invited by a friend but I don't think I'd go unless I had sketch buddies.
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    Lake dude. the funny part is i have a brush pen but i always forget about it. i found that mechs are a lot easier when i have a point of reference and know a bit about how they're constructed. winging the design usually ends up in disaster, specially when it comes to the more complicated ones.


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    here's some naked ladies. figure drawing from today
    mostly 5/10min i think there's one 20
    as you might notice. i figured out i have no idea how to draw necks.

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    here's a mini update before i head out.
    threw some color on that jetplane. will develop further tomorrow

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    That jetplane is cool, push the contrast a bit more, especially saturationwise, maybe add some sunlight on the plane? Play around with layer modes, color dodge is great for some lighting enhancement, just overcome your shyness and experiment!

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    algenpfleger yea man i hear where you're coming from. i'll definitely have to give it a go. think i'm going to do some vehicles from reference later and see where that takes me.

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    did alright. still suck at necks. ><

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    love the designs dude!! great studies as well..

    thanks for posting in my sb! theres some new updates if your interested

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    Reject-D thanks man.

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    some pages from the sketchgroup in SF.
    spacehips and stuff. Need to stir up the mix a bit now. they're really starting to look the same.
    also need to figure out a good rendering style so i can start digitizing them.

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    I love your Mech.

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    lulz.... did you use their scanner to toss these up?

    how was the sleepover?
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    Great tech sketches. Some real goodies here and there!

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    humanNature6115 thanks man

    Lake actually i scanned them when i got back to my place. we ended up staying up till 2:30 doodling and such. then i took the train back at 9am. pretty good times.

    Hive_minD Yeah man! Thanks for stoppin by. hopefuly i can actually figure out what to do with the good stuff.

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    and a work doodle w/ a standard sharpie that was just layin around.

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    Your figures are improving sir. Really like that first one of the latest batch. I really like one of those ships too and next time I see you I will point to it but it's too hard to explain which one via text

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    nice sketching

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    nonie yeah i can see how describing one of those ships would be rather difficult. Looking through that anatomy book helped, even if only on the basic level. I'll have to dig into it deeper and really figure out how lots of stuff is put together. Right now i'm still making up 80-90% of the anatomy out of my head, which i'm sure isn't helping my accuracy at all.

    moftah thanks

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    here's a page or scribbles (need to find a better pen that doesn't bleed through pages )
    also a little more work on that jetplane. still not happy with the overall composition, but it's at least a little better from where it was.

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